Hindi translation of 'publish'
publish /ˈpʌblɪʃ ˈपब्लिश्/
Word forms: publishes, publishing, published
1. transitive verb
When a company publishes a book or magazine, it prints copies of it, which are sent to shops and sold.
publish something on/in something
published by someone
published in a journal/newspaper/report/article
published online/on a website/on the internet
publish a book/report/article/paper
2. transitive verb
When the people in charge of a newspaper or magazine publish a piece of writing or a photograph, they print it in their newspaper or magazine.
The magazine published an article which made fun of the prime minister.
3. transitive verb
If someone publishes a book or an article that they have written, they arrange to have it published.
He has published two books of poetry.
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Example Sentences Including 'publish'
When we get back, we'll send you copies of whatever papers we publish.The Complete Stories Volume 2
It came from the United States with their ` publish or perish" of the Sixties.A Death in Time
You have to have something clear-cut, you know, or you won't be able to publish.The Complete Stories Volume 2
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'publish' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَنْشُر
- Brazilian Portuguese: publicar
- Chinese: 出版
- Croatian: izdavati
- Czech: publikovat
- Danish: udgive
- Dutch: publiceren
- European Spanish: publicar
- Finnish: julkaista
- French: publier
- German: veröffentlichen
- Greek: δημοσιεύω
- Italian: pubblicare
- Japanese: 出版する
- Korean: 출판하다
- Norwegian: utgi
- Polish: opublikować publikować
- Portuguese: publicar
- Romanian: a publica
- Russian: издавать
- Spanish: publicar
- Swedish: publicera
- Thai: พิมพ์จำหน่าย
- Turkish: yayımlamak
- Ukrainian: публікувати
- Vietnamese: xuất bản
Translation of publish from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary